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Nineties fonts

Spring 10

T-shirt graphics embraced the kind of computer generated fonts popularised in the early 1990s. It was a look pioneered in the days of the Manchester dance scene, when design agency Designers’ Republic used these graphics on record sleeves and flyers for the legendary nightclub The Hacienda and indie band New Order. The pared down, clean lines make this look a cleaner counterpoint to the more hectic pop graphics.

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